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Use “Oklahoma” to Address Cluneal Neuralgia

Use “Oklahoma” to Address Cluneal Neuralgia
March 12, 2017 Phillip Snell

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FYI…DTM was formally referred to as YAP, so any reference in the video to YAP is the same as DTM. “A rose is a rose is a rose…”

Here’s another way to address a surprisingly common presentation of low back pain…cluneal neuralgia. Some may recall the blog post on FixYourOwnBack that we recently released. In the “how-to” videos on DTM, you saw a few different ways to address this condition. This one, so-called “Oklahoma” is easily applied while sitting and can be helpful when people have pain when driving, flying or working at the computer.

The process looks like DTM-ing while riding a horse and was reminiscent of that opening scene in the movie Oklahoma. Enjoy, and leave your comments below.


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